Hull woman’s cracking stunt for charity

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Published: Tuesday 24th March 2015 by The News Editor

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The manager of a Hull shop is going to eggs-treme lengths to show support for charity.

Alisa Tomlinson, who runs H&T Pawnbrokers in Hull, is allowing members of the public to crack eggs over her head to raise money for the National Autistic Society.

The 27-year-old has already raised over £145 for the charity – while some 95 chocolate Easter eggs have been donated to the group’s family support group.

The store manager will be egged in the Prospect shopping centre on April 4.

The stunt is all part of a national campaign by H&T Pawnbrokers to collect eggs for children’s charities, food banks and youngsters in hospital.

Last year the company collected some 7,000 eggs and now staff are hoping to break the 8,000 mark. So far more than 250 eggs have been donated by members of the public in Manchester, while stores in north London and Birmingham have collected 120 and 85 eggs respectively.

People can drop off Easter eggs at their closest H&T store before April 1.

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Published: Tuesday 24th March 2015 by The News Editor

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